Dialogue In Teaching

Dialogue refers to open-minded and respectful interpersonal relationships. It allows learning together, thinking together, and sharing experiences. In the work of learning groups, the principle of dialogue is the driving force. Your own experience and thinking is expanded in discussions on the experiences of the others.

Target group: Teachers interested in integrating dialogue in their teaching. Participants must be willing to develop their courses to include an approach which uses methods to encourage students into the dialogue.
Aim: During this course you will have opportunities to: 1. Introduce ways to increase interaction in teaching. 2. Review interaction between teacher and students. 3. Identify ways to encourage students to participate with dialogue.
Contents and Methods: Week 1: – Kick-off webinar on content of the course and the CLANED learning environment. (activity: CLANED and pre-task questions)
Week 2: – What do we know about dialogue in teaching? How to encourage students to participate with dialogue and promote dialogue in teaching? (activity: listen, watch, read, take notes on Claned) – Exercise

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to integrate the dialogue into teaching (activity: apply in your work independently, write experiences, and share learning experience with group)
Week 3: – Closing webinar and Feedback (activity: group discussion, feedback) The course comprises: A. Kick-off seminar (webinar) B. Independent work integrated into teaching and reflective group work. C. Closing webinar
Participation & Pricing:
Duration: 2 Weeks
Additional Information The course is included as a course in the MIF Academy´s Teacher Training Programmes.
Lead Specialist: Leena Ikonen, pedagogical expert, EduRes Consultinggue.



Preliminary Program

Week 1: Opening course, webinars, course objectives, pre tasks
Week 2: Theoretical review, exercises, reporting in Claned
Week 3: Reflective group discussion, closing the course, webinars

Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 Starting Webinars in groups Starting Webinars in groups Pretasks, Claned (individual) Pretasks, Claned (individual)
2 Videos, reading and assignments on Claned (individual, small group) Videos, reading and assignments on Claned (individual, small group) Exercise to integrate the dialogue into teaching (individual, small group) Exercise to integrate the dialogue into teaching (individual, small group) Exercise to integrate the dialogue into teaching (individual, small group)
3 Closing webinars and feedback in groups Closing webinars and feedback in groups